A conversation about the changes in film release strategies and the impact on the creative process.
Navigating the changing world of filmmaking and distribution
Streaming, theatrical release, film festivals, self-distribution…what do you do with your finished film in this world of ever changing options? It’s a question you should be considering before you develop your film.
Join us for a casual conversation with Tiffany Boyle (who will join us from LA via Zoom) and Kevin Christoffersen on what we all should be thinking about when making our films. This is your chance to ask the experts!
Tiffany Boyle – President of Packaging and Sales, Ramo Law,PC
TIFFANY is the President of Packaging & Sales at Ramo Law PC, joining in 2009. She is an adviser to foreign production companies all over the world, such as Backup Media (France), Upper Street (UK), and Media Fund Management (Australia). She has been a successful financial consultant, bringing in financing or leading foreign sales, on films such as Ashes in the Snow, which premiered at the 2018 LA Film Festival; The Card Counter, from writer/director Paul Schrader, starring Oscar Isaac and Tiffany Haddish with EP Martin Scorsese; and Die in a Gunfight, starring Diego Boneta and Alexandra Daddario. Tiffany also is a partner with production company Vested Interest, and has served as an EP for films including Better Start Running, which premiered at the 2018 Newport Beach Film Festival; After Midnight, which premiered at Tribeca in 2019; Line of Duty, starring Aaron Eckhart; Arkansas, starring Liam Hemsworth; upcoming Rollers; and Chick Fight, starring Malin Akerman, Alec Baldwin, and Bella Thorne.
Kevin Christoffersen – Educator and Development Executive, Film Startup
Kevin has been working in just about every form of media for nearly 3 decades – producing content internationally across 4 continents while living in 5 countries. He is an Educator and Development Executive of the platform, ‘FILM STARTUP.’ In this role, Kevin guides filmmakers through the A to Z feature film development process with his workshop courses, development labs, webinars and consultations. On the Executive Producing side, he works on establishing financing for different feature films of various budget levels both in the U.S. and in Europe. He is also consulting filmmakers on distribution deals within foreign markets that include tv broadcasters, distributors and streaming platforms. Kevin sits on the Advisory Board of the Art Of Brooklyn Film Festival and has recently completed co-writing a feature length screenplay. He was based in Switzerland for over 7 years as Executive Producer of World Television managing Film StartUp managing large scale productions for Fortune 500 companies, United Nations agencies and NGO’s. While working between New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver, he continues to form new film industry partnerships along the way.
https://readingfilmfest.com/readingfilmfest-course/Don’t miss Kevin’s workshop on Friday Oct 1 at 1 PM for a soup to nuts guide to packaging your film!